Symptoms

Our team has the experience to understand the nature of your pain and to identify and treat the cause.

If you have physical symptoms that give you joint pain or muscle ache whether in movement or stationary, then please call us to discuss the appropriate treatment. In the first instance, have a quick chat with one of our receptionists who will give a clear idea as to how we can help.

If you have more detailed questions about your symptoms and the appropriate way forward, they will arrange for you to speak to one of our physiotherapists.

There are some links here to common complaints:

Knee Injury & Tendonitis

If a person overuses a tendon during activities such as dancing, cycling, or running, it may elongate or undergo microscopic tears and become inflamed. Trying to break a fall may also cause the quadriceps muscles to contract and tear the quadriceps tendon above the knee cap (patella) or the patellar tendon below it. This type… Read more

Are you suffering with back pain and sciatica?

We were very pleased to welcome Mr Jonathan Lucas, Consultant Orthopaedic & Spine Surgeon, who came in to talk with us at WPPC earlier this month. Mr Lucas works at the London Bridge Hospital, with his NHS base at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Hospital. We have been lucky enough at WPPC to have worked with… Read more

Leg Pain

Leg pain can be referred from the back or hip if it is of insidious onset and not caused by direct trauma. TREATMENT Your physiotherapist will thoroughly assess your spinal, hip and lower limb joints to establish the origin of the pain. An appropriate treatment plan will then be implemented. Read more

Neck pain

Pain located in the neck is a common medical condition. Neck pain can be due to stiffness in the joints, poor posture, damage to the facet joints or the discs. The pain may refer up into the head to give headaches.Neck pain can come from a number of disorders and diseases of any tissues in… Read more

Common Running Injuries

Many runners, novices and veterans alike, will suffer from running injuries.  Below we explore a few common running injuries: Achilles tendinitis:  The Achilles tendon joins the calf muscles to the back of the heel bone.  Inflammation of the Achilles tendon may occur with variations to your running routine such as increasing your running speed and… Read more
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